The Wilmington Morning Star from Wilmington, North Carolina on May 20, 1905 · Page 3
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N ) SPIRITS -TURPENTINE.: 4. xvvwvvwwwwwtr' placed in tne executive omce oi liov- ernor. Glenn Wdenesday soon after His Excellency left the city for Newborn. Especially notable are a massive" quarter-sawed oak flat top desk,, a perfect is installing $25,000 worth 'of machtn- ery and employing between 75 and 100 men regularly ... The main shaft has ! been sunk to a 'depth of 100 feet and will be made 450 feet deep. The gold is showing up well and the.promoters except grat things from the mine. Mr. Josspon is well pleased with his ex- V .TVs . . " I W4Aaaia!Xaaata The Kind Ton Have Always Bojnglit, and which has been in use lor over su years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his ter- toiud supervision' since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good' are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Jntants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant, l ife contains neither Opium,! Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles,' cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. .1 i GENUINE GASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM Me Always Bought I J A J J. I M IX.. . J JM . I' ' - I auu up-iu-uaie.pieuB ui iuriuiur iu wr perience In this State. In t conyersa- sign and "workmanship, a new execu- tlo witni - chronicle reporter to-dav: tive chair to match, and a number he stated1 lhat there Is more gold in of handsome file cabinets. Also a luxu- TJnrth n.UHna f ti.A ... nnt rious leather, upholstered divan. . than in the West, thnneh. of course. -For some days a strange negro I the area ere is. smaller.- The great- has been canvassing I in parts of Ca-. est trouble has been, he said, that pro- barrus county, taking orders" from the 1 colored people for groceries at low wholesale prices. - He required them to advance the money for the freight on the goods.j and n t113 way collected a good deal of money from ;, the un- suspecting! darkies who were eager to i buy the cheap goods. The wily sales man has fled to parts unknown, leav ing his colored dupes to whistle, for their money. Norfolk Dispatch: At the meet ing yesteifday of r the North Carolina I Pine Association! it I was announced I that the ' iprice of lumber had been advanced on several! per methods ofmining. have not been followed, jbut he is convinced that the future will show much progress in this direction. SPECIAL. HATES VIA SEABOARD AIR LIKE RY. grades, and re duced on others, lit was said that the quality otj logs being second ' growth vefl kaoi OTenn. i were inferior, Seventy-five per cent ASHEV3LLE. N. C Conference Young' People's Missionary Association, June 25th to July 2na. - - - CHARUOTTESVILLE.. VA. -4- Summer School o Methods, June 27th to August 6th. .. BALTIMORE. MD. United Society Christiarif Endeavor International Convention, "July 5th to 10th. ,t J i wkiuhtsvillk. JN. C. hSummcr School, June 15th to 21st. f mot npkimgs, VA. southern Hard ware Jobbers Association and American i Hardware Manufacturers'. Association. June 6th! to 9th. ' i OXFORD, Miss. Summer School TJnl- -Mount Ea- i gle Summer School Institute, July 17th or the lumDer was i reported as low mount ' EAGLE. TENN.-iWometf crrade, on which no adv t i. Say FMnly to Your Grocer "V That you -want LION COFFEE BlwayS, and he, vj being a square man, will not try to sell iyou any-j thing else. You may not care for our opinion, but What About the United Judgment of Millions '. of housekeepers -who have used LION COFFEE for over a quarter of a century ? j Is there any stronger proof of merit, than the Confidence of the People and ever Increasing popularity T LION COFFEE Is carefully selected at the plantation, shipped direct to our various factories, t where It Is skillfully roasted and carefully packed In sealed pack-ages--muTke loose coffee which Is exposed to germs, dust. Insects, etc. OONCOFFEEreaches you as pure and; clean as when It left the factory. Sold only In 1 11k packages, j ." Lion-head on every package.il ! . Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums. ! SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICli CO.Toledo, Ohio. and the increase applied to the higher grade of J lumber, the advance being about 25 per cent ,: - . r Randal Vincent, a negro sawyer at Wilkins and Chatan's mill, in North ampton, county, was! fatally shot Sun day night by William Hicks, another negro sawyer. t Tne i pistol witn wnicn Vincent was shot was handed his slay er- . by a) negro boy -named Brewer Vincent was shot in the bowels and died Monday night! William Hicks, the murderer, escaped in company with with another negro,! and was last seen going inj the direction of Lawrence- ville, Vaj. The shooting occurred at the house of a negro woman, where a good many men were assembled. Mr. klebrge C. Kornegay, cashier of the National Bank of Goldsboro, and his entire family, suffered a terrible ordeal Thursday night from eating strawberry, short cake. They were all poisoned from j Pyrotoxicon .. in the cream.; j Soon after supper the children began vomiting! first, and soon the whole family was prostrated from the effects of the poison. They had a ter rible time until late at nighL , Mr. Kornegay '-was notj able to be at the n use For over so Years, i . THl CCWTAUR COMPANY. TT HUfHUT VTRCCT. NEW YORK Cm. - a i ff GAYLORD'S Great Surplus Stock Sale Starts Thurday, May 18, Lasts 9 Days Our Entire Stock Marked Down. Prices No Object. i vanop was made Congressi August 1st to 15th, f . - ! .Vance was maue, N.4 HyiLLE, TENN. Peabod y Col led to the higher lese School, Vanderbllt Biblical Inati Atlantic S Ilorlh Carolina R. R. REPORT . Hoirland i" if : t. fmprovement : Leasee.'' I'. Compan-. QF THE CONDITION OF THE AT lantle Trust & Banking Co., at Wilmington, N. . C, at the close ;o busi ness, March 14, 1905. Began business September 1902. Schedule in Effect Feb. 3, 1805. RESOURCES. Stations EASTBOmVD. No. 6. Lv. Goldsboro i.. . . ..I S45pm 8 00 am Lv TaGrangre 4 IS p m 8 28am Lv. Klnston . 440pm 852am Lv. Dver j . i . i . .... 5 02pm 914 am Lv.) Cove- I. i f . J. . . 1 . . 5 16pm 927am Lv. Tuscarora j....... 5 26 pm 9 37am Ar.' Newbem; i. j 5 45 p m 10 00 a m j ' No. 7 - ' j ' - (Accom) Lv. New Bern ........ 5 55 p m 10 10 a m Lv.: Riverdaie ..... . 615j?ml028am Lv. Havelock J. . . . . . 6 41 p m 10 44 a m Lv. Newport ; j. . . . . . 6 47 p m 11 00 a m Ar. -MoreheaflCity ... 7 12 pm 11 23am Loans and discounts Demand loans ... ... Due .from banks Gold coin v."V. ......... Furniture And fixtures Silver coin ........... Cash items ........ . . National bank notes mother U. S., notes . , . .,.,473.472 10 Z4.050 00 i...' 17.302. 17 .... 395 00 100 00 .... - 236 65 .... 3 77 and 1,016 00 Total ..... . s.-.-i-. : ... . . .. $516,575 69 ' - LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in......S 60.000 00. Profits and Loss 15,470 94 Unearned interest .-. , , : 2.500 00 Cashier's checks.,...,..... .150 00 Certified checks ..... . .v, . . 25 00 Deposits .v. . . . .. 448,429 75 AVPSTBOUOTJ. - j - No. 4 Lv Morehead City Lv; Newport . Ilv. tiaveiocK Ar. New Bern Lvi Riverdaie T Lv. New Bexn Lvi Tuscarora ijv. coye- j. .u . . Lv. Kinstoni . L Lv. LaGransre Ar. Goldsboro Trains 8,1 4, No. 8 (Accom) 7 40am 8 11 am 8 27 am 9 00 a m 842am 4 30 p m 4 57pm 5 13 p m 5.29 p m 5 45 p m No. 6 9 15 am 9 37am 9 49am 10 03 a m 10 27 am 10 51 am 11 20 am 6 10 pm 6 32 d m 6 44 p m 6 58 p m 7 20 pm 7 42 p m 8 10 p m Total $516,575 69 State of - North Carolina, county of New Hanover, ss.: I. Milton Calder. cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to . the best of my knowledge and belief. . MILTON CALDER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 20th day. of March, 1905. . a M. BOAT WRIGHT, Notary Public - Correct Attest: . ROBERT R. BELLAMY. I. M. BEAR, D. McEACHERN, Directors. mar 19 tf 5 and 6 run. daily. tute. June 14th to August 9th, tusuaJjOOUA. ala. Summer School for Teachers, June 16th to July 28th.i KNOXVILLE. TENN. 'Summer School - June 20tn to July 28th. . J'OUNT EAGIjE. TENN.rMonnc Ea- gli Bibhf Training School, July 23rd to .vweust latn. - j ! RICHMOND. V A. -Farmers' National C: ngreHS, September 12th to 27th. sr. . tiuuts, Aiu. National Baptist Anniversary, May 16th to 24th. i SAVANNAH, GA. National Travelers'; Protective Association of America, May 16tih to 23rd. " i ASHEVILLK, N. C Southern Atlan- Trains 7 and 8 runs daily excent Sun day. It f -."- ( UOMMKCTIOJfS. At Goldsboro. .With Southern rail way and i Atlantic Coast Line. At Klnston ana New Bern. rWitn At lantic Coast Line. - R. P. FOSTER, E. A. NIEL. , i Gen. Manager, Traflac Manager. Goldsboro, N. C. feb 10 tf DETROIT tic Miss. 21st. - FORT sembly Churt-hr onary Conference, May 17th to' S-runi'il Prioe nn ' Detroit -Light Feed Lubricators, Atkins Siv.er Steel Saws, Mercliaitl' Old Method Tin i?;:.u'ni.i if cr.w Ptc. I Ar. Baltimore x- o.ii uftiiAs-ui-uioi: wuu jl uFo, i Ar. Washington : rm,v;.''ofi'' Po.inn I Ar. wowoik WORTH. Texas. General As of - Southern Presbyterian May 18th to 26th. ATHENS. GA.Summer. School. June 3tn to July 2tn. . ; , i PORrijAND. ORE. I:ewlS & Clark Centennial Exposition.. June: 1st to Oc- toner tit!j. ..r.:.vv PORTLAND. ORE. American Medi cal Association. July 11th .; to 14th.. SAN : I FRANCISCO. CAL. American Surgical Association. July 4th to 7th. naies account oi me aDOve occasions will apply from all yO-nts, and for in formation as to date, tickets' will be tola, rates, routes, reservation, etc.. ad Mexi.ail HraDhite. Fairh'aaks Valves,' lubber Belt, : -Canvas Belt, ; Tanned Leather Belt. your- dress. C. II. GATTIS. Traveling Passenger Agent, Kaieign, n. c. Some SEARCHING FOR IT. Mennen's i Borated Talcum! Powder Box. Sale, ..7c. Sale ........ ........ ...... 410c. Fruit Loom Bleaching, Surplus ...... v.v..'-.:. ' -i.' Our Best Sc. Bleaching, Surplus! 10c. Cannon Cloth, Surplus Sale; . .8c. 12 l-'2c.' ihsdale i Caiabrifer Surplus Sale .' .J, L..9c. 12 l-2c-White Pique," Surplus Sale 10c 12 l-2c Colored Lawns, Surplus Sale j h9c- 8c'. Colored Lawns, Surplus Sale. 4 l-2c Taffeta Silk, 36-inches wide, all colors, vaij-e ?1.00, Surplus Sale .1 . .69c st American Light Calicoes, - 6c. Kind ...... ...i.; 4 l-2c C5c. Sheets, extra size, Surplus!! Sale L..48c 12 l-2c. Percales, Surplus! Sale. li . ,10c 65c. Doiles, Surplus Sale! . .45cL Doz. The Best 18ff. Bed Ticking, Surplus ; Price ; ....14c ,10c. Dress Ginghams, Surplus Price 6c $1.25 Ladies' Muslin . Gowns, Surplus Price . . . i . .98c 25c. Huck Towels, Surplus Price. 15c Ladies' 25c. Drop Stitch Hose, Surplus Sale i . . . ; . ; . . . J ! . . . 19c 12 l-2c. Pillow Cases, Surplus Salec bany Thursday morning, and other uieiuuers oi me iaiuuy are suit quite 18c. Dress Lawn, Surplus Sale 14c Men's 5c Handkerchiefs, Surplus Sale . .3 l-2c $3.50 Iron Bedsteads, Surplus Sale ....... 44.... .52.98 Feather Pillows, $L25 Kind, Surplus Sale r...;.. $1.00 Kind, Surplus Sale . feeble. . Their many friends will be glad to i know they are all considered out of danger. : i 1 " - ' Richard Lee, ja negro, driver of Spencer, - was killed between Salis- Wilmington Citizens Can Tell You Where It's Found. If you have any itchiness of the skin, Irritating Eczema, Itching Piles;'-You're looking for relief, Searching for a cure, u . Wilmington people have found a cure for itching skin diseases. They tell about it Read what this citizen! 1 says: J. Si King, clerk on Market street, residing at 15 Orange street, says: "I used Doan's Ointment and found it to I be a great remedy for itching hemor- j rhoid8. It acted like a charm in my bury and Spencer Thursday afternoon. His team was frightened by an "auto- case, p I tried all kinds of remedies Vaseline. 3; Ink, .3; 25 elopes for mobileknd the driver was thrown out tils neaa was ; caugnt between tne relief. It is a splendid preparation and spokes and his neck was broken. you are welcome to use my name as other Lntnhertrm Artus- Ahnnt 1-Sft one who says so. I obtained it at R. i - i . r IT? TtolloTnir'a Amtr ctnra lUBSUttf .omuu was visneu oy u For sale bv all dealers. Price 50 astroud storm. The Methodist church cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buf was practically ; juined,.- being blown falo, N. Y., sole agents for the United ?.c Tahlfi Oil Cloth. Snrolus Sale. 18c I hnii.flTi u ifiUi E fnnnotinTia I atates. - r I vvruv u w r A bll A VlUfcVfcU U UUO I - 1 V . B I r jtteiuemDer iae name ioau s auu mav 19 tr Ladies'. $1.25 TanSlipper3 I ..98c $1.50 Tan Slippers . 15c. Fancy Fans ; . . . . . . . 1 10c Fancy. Fans . i uv. r ixiiy r oub ..... . . MILLINERY! MILLINERY! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! not so land badly out of church Men's $12.50 two-piece Suits, Surplus j wrecked, the roof Sale Men's 10.00 Sale ....... two-piece Suits, $9.98 j Surplus ...$7.48 BOYS' SUITS MARKED DOWN. 4 9 Days Only, Rain or Shine Mail Orders Filled PrompUy. Your Gain Ouri Loss. Swift, Sure Sale. shape. The Baptist was blown off its pillars, but badly misshaped as the other. take no substitute. 1MB n a . ,.j - i - ! ! : it li rfi' . i I 1 j Have you 9 nttie-angei in your f ( v I IVOX We have shoes for that angel. W ' Tttl ' jObUTTON! !i LACE! STRAPSf :'J I L i t V" Wf HIGH CUTS! i LOW CUTS! IA riXtUH 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c . " j . o.i.uM.M'w ruMA lower j ' i - ollilllllllll a UH olUlB: f t " Sawyer ;ilr iu u: .. , i . - : - ' U : : Oak . . ! . i 1 I . I ' -i i I : , . . . I .. i v ..... ... i ,-. i . - 1 " I. ; fi H n' rn n iV ' ' r - ( . tail to come and see . tor )) ! U IV U JJ rX" : selves IU l goods and, prices we ' f'Vr.,' " --I - - --.'" - Yturs for. Supplies,", EuJEAL J SM'k: D. LOVE COMPAQ. y, s-fc?-. ?l'?X Manufactbrs v Agents and JV5Taol Water Ground Virginia S m;;, JV;-- : ' V" - r ! I -V H0W.B.:lHt IIMt III UltANStll. - "Qunlop, No Other Kind." f ' !!S 1 I J T' . l - I I -i I.". fc;- "HOT j SPRINGS - BLOOD J People who buy nothing else from us, 1 1 r''! v Ml, REMEDY - buy this Meal, because, they write I t-00 V" ' Cleanses the blood and J - i j sr- t.. . - i s ... cures umiuusuBso. m lt"1 There is j $-1 . . 3 ' 1 i1 X , - I j"m -" 9 Sold and delivered to any M so accept no . 1 part of city at $1 by X t I TT !" ' r illftC M II AT T f I S13LI, THEM AND YOU NEED ONE JlUllJj 1U llill1 j rfO Columbia. ' victor: - Zononhone. Talk,0- ' li! ii, Pharmacist. ...' C Cor: Fifth and Castle Sts. . j P Phone No. 192. C NEW RECORDS FOR j Mr- .)' Atlantic Coast Line Schedule in Effect April 16, 1905. NORTHBOUND. Lv. Wilmington . Ar. Goldsboro .... Ar. Wilson ....... Ar. Rocky Mount . Ar. Norfolk ...... Ar. "Weldon Ar. Petersburg . , Ar. Kictimona , . . . Ar. Washington Ar. Baltimore . . . . Ar. Philadelphia . Ar. New York ... NO.-48 9 00 am! l is p mi l &5 p m 5 55 p ml 4 58pm 6 55 pm 7 45 p m 11 50 pm 1 43 am! 4 25 am 7 30 a m No. 42 6 50pm 32 p m 10 25 p m 11 10 pm 1 47 am 3 28 am 4 07 a m 7 64am 909am 11 22 a m 2 00pm SOUTHBOUND. Lv. New York". .; Ar. Philadelphia Lv. Richmond . . . , Ar. Petersburg Ar. weiaon Ar. Rocky Mount Ar. Wilson ....... Ar. Goldsboro . . . . Ar. Wilmington . No.. 41 9 25 am 11 55 a m 2 07pm asipm 7 25 pm 8 05 p m 951pm 10 51 p m 11 32 p ra 6 58 am 10 00 a m No. 49 9 25 p m 12 n a m 232am 3 45 a m 9 00 a bi 9 05 am 945am 11 4 4 a ir. 110pm 2 00 p m 3 10pm 6 00 p re BETWEEN WILMINGTON AND THE SOUTH SOUTHBOUND. .Daily. Daily. Daily. Lv Wilmingfn 6 00 am S 45 pm 6 50 pm Ar; Florence. .. 9 35 am 7 40 pm 3 55 am Ar Charleston. 1 20 pm 11 40 pm 6 50 am Ar Savannah. . 6 45 pm 2 50 am 9 05 am Ar Jack'ville 8 40am 145pm Ar Tampa . . .. . 6 55 pm 11 00 pm t NORTHBOUND. T" Daily. Daily. Lv. Tampa I 8 40 p m 9 00 a m Ar. Jacksonville . . . . 7 55am 7 00pm Ar. Savannah ...... 12 55 p m 115 am Ey. Charleston 4 15pm 615am A-r. -Florence" . ...... 7 35pm 9 25 am Ar.: "Wilmington ...,1145 pm 140pm BETWEEN WILMINGTON - AND SAN-""- FORD. . . Lv. Wilmington. Ar. Payettesvllle Ar. Sanf ord . .... West East . Bound Bound Daily. Daily. 8 50 a mAr. 8 00 p m 12 15 p mlAr. 4 55 pm 1 55 p mLv. 3 40 p m 'our customers call for only one i'Dunlop Meal," The Worth Sole Handlers. WASHING WITHOUT WATER SEALED PROPOSALS Fairclqth's new brick store was badly being blown off and GEO. 0. GAYLQRD; Three Storeis Combined. 206, 20S. 2W NORTH FRONT ST. - ice rvpipzem! Tr rpDflin part of: the brick Work too. 'The dam age , or the' . goods is considerable. Adam's store had the top blown off, and various houses suffered more or less. The total damage is probably $7,000 or 8,000. - - -. - - . A Special-from Wadesboro, N. C, says: The home of Mr. W. H. Meeks, who lives in Mprven township, this county, near Pee Dee river, was the scene qf a. bloody and probably fatal -assault that was .made on a white man by the name of Duncan Atkinson by two negroes. Press Nevins and Lun Streeter, with a knife and an axe, At kinson's face was completely laid open by a deep gash from his forehead to his 'chin. There is "also a very deep jgash in his right breast and one of his arms cut to the bone, and several minor cuts all over his body; The trouble grew out of twenty cents worth of whiskey which the negroes sent Atkinson after to Meeks', the ne groes! claiming that they did not get their money's ,: worth. Streeter been! arrested and placed under a $500 dollar justified bond, but Nivens has not yet been taken. . i . - - .. - - . . - Laurinburg Exchange: The Ex change has been requested, in view of the great" need of choppers and other hands in the cotton fields, to Like Trying to Get Rid of Dnndrufl Without Ilerplclde. Will be received at the Mayor's yon ever see any one trying to I office Until noon, June 8th, 1905, Did s-ash ater? if you did what would you say ot mington as tollows, ion the year aim? . - itri, Qio- iqo. I T. li- I au fr.nl tcH in trv tn o-M luluo "-V-J uj-ou, iuvu. i id of I3antl:-ixit ana to prevent JLaui I ; isst. i H'PAflinor ann Rhopin? miiiGS5 m 2i nvVitv.K Aoaicn O i . nebs ujr itscuiii.j . nu k iw ?"SZ ILZfGand horses for suh a number as lna and similar substances wnicn to the City may employ.; !i edi. TT-1 2ndJ For Ughti the: city with Newbro's Herplclde. Is successful be- eas gjjjjj eleetncity. li cause it attacks and kills the parasltie , ? - flfln sermj which feeds on the hair roots. r 3rd. For lumber per 1,000 feet, it is the or ginai ana : omy genuine of merchantable duality and m sralp gprsnlilde. manufactured. - I -a quantifies as jrcqifixcu. Columhla. Victor. ZonoDhone. Talk-.0- Phone.i KeeDi in stock 3.000 Records. Sell Leads; 10-inch Record, 38c. each; Znnonhonei 9-inch. 75c or 8.00 Doa. Victor! 7-inchJ 15.00: 10-inch, $10. Doz. Columbia same price as Victor. EXCHANGE FOR I I OLD ONES. I Victor 7-inch, 15c.-', 10-inch,- 30c. 12-inch. 45cJ Columbia the same as Victor. Zonophone. 9-inch 25c. Will allow 15c. for any old 7-inch Re cord or 30c. for any old 10-inch Re cord. I sell for cash or on time.: Write for catalogue. - We keep Pianos and Orerans. nnd Tanks. The lamps are 500 candle power for lighting stores . or nans, Write for catalogue., - i 1 ; . I - M. BRADDY. Wilmington, N. C. NOTICE! 'I BETWEEN WILHIKGTON AND SEW-: -.. BERN. -: . ' N. Bound South ' i - - Daily ex Sun. Bound. Lv. Wilmington. .12 25 D mlAr. 12 30 cm Ar. Newbern .... .15 40 p m Lv. 9 10 a m . Trams Nos. 42 and 41 carry Pullman Sleeping- Cars between Wilmington and Washington connecting with Pennsyl-.... vania R. R. for all points east. - W. J. CRAIG. Gen'l Passenger Agent. H. JJ. Emerson, Traffic Manager. dec 3 tf ' ' THE CLYDE STEAMSHIP CO. New York, Wilmington, II. C, and Georgetown. S. C, Lines. Rnld hv lesdinc drucrclsts. Send loc. Ir stamps for sample to The Herplclde Cc Deirc.lt. Mich. ..- HARDIN'S PHARMACY, Special Avemt. 4thL:For U printing," stationery and advertising. 5thJ For feeding prisoners, per meal. 6th.For lighting and repairing of the city and the latter, In a Fe w Minutes. with one of. our f reezersJi Makes that freeze fast and smooth and that saves time and energy. II ICE TOOLS, ICE PICKS; ICE SHAV- ERS, ETC. j Also REFRIGERATORS find WATER COOLERS. ' W. E. SPRINGER & CO., '!' Saturday, May 20th, Being a Legal Holiday, there will be no business transacted by the following Banks. ATLANTIC NAThJnAL BANK, i . . - MURCHISON NATIONAL BANK. 18 U i - may SALT! SALT! SALT! 8,000 Bags. 100 White Seamless Bags. 800, Bags Genuine Ice Salt. 500 Bags- Bock Salt (for cattle). We can ship promtply. ALSO 47 Bags Nitrate Soda. 75 Bags Cow Peas' for seed) v i r ' ,Onr i rices are always with the lowest " j - .. . ; v. i Give us your orders, 'j-! - . D. L. GORE C(L) Wholesale Grocers and Importers, - Saved by Dynamite. -J Sometimes a flaming city is saved can't cross. Sometimes, a cough hangs gas and oil lamps on so long, you feel as if nothing hut I f nrmshmff oil for dynamite would cure It, Z, T. Cray, 71, : VirifVa limn. p.PTnent. nt...- n -ja.. iu. Ihliii ""! - ! ' , r a verv aen-aeated coueh. which kept terra: cotta pipe, qoal and ice. her I awake nights. Two physicians j The right reserved to reject any could not help her; so sne took ur. j ii v:b Kind's New DIscoverv for Ctonsumn- a,,u . " U1US' nas tion Coughs, and Colds, whlcu eased ...i ; 1 II WAnllFI I . MaVOr. iiurh. eravft ner sieen. ana nnaiiv I i 'mmmr" z - w -r ' f 1 al A - 1 t i. cured her." Strictly scientific cure for May utn tu in sa pu o irae o. r bronchitis and La Grippe. At R.s R. Bellamy'8 drug store, price 50 c. and $1.00 ftuaranteed. Trial bottle free; may 13 tf. Thei contract for the building of the rirst-iass Levee! to protect the lands of White Sunlight; jjampsjoak Swamp in French s creek Town ship from i overflow by the river, will be let out j on Thursday the 1st day l of June, 1905,' at Centervllle. N: U. Anyone 1 wishing to inspect the locality ; will call on W. J, Keith, Cen- Scarce and High terville. Ni C, Bladen county. All bids From New York for WUmlnrton. to be sealed, with the right reserved to the Building Committee to reject any and all bids. C. W.-LYON, i Steamer Navahoe i Steamer Carib . . . . 'Saturday, May 20 Saturday, May 27 We Received To-Day From Wilmlngrton for. New York. E. H. ANDERS, W. J. KEITH, Building Committee. Elizabethtown, N. C, May 13, 1905. " may 16r tilt june 1st Steamer Carib Steamer Navahoe . Saturday, May 20 . .Saturday, May 27 25 Tubs Fancy Creamery Butter; 1 ; Open Till 10 P. M. 50 Small Cheese. .For freigrht and passage applly to . . H. G. SM A" I jfiBONES, Supt. Wilmlngrton, N. C. TAX NOTICE! TerrlfRc Race With Death. :- urge a strict enforcement of thevag- rancy law. -There are persons in the i Having been appointed Tax Lister "Death . was fast i approaching. writes Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, r iil., Ui'DUl lUlUK ilia ivaiiui iotc w itox 1 it. ' nii ' nrmlA . ho death, "as a result of liver trouble 'or the City-of Wilmington for the towns and villages who are remaining I and heart disease, which had robbed j year il905, I hereby i notify all persons idle Without visible means of support, of s e j wln be at i xiau li icu iiin.ii j uiuci cut. uwi-vrA 0 uuu , - i . . .1 several medicines, but-got no benefltr the, City Hall- every' day during :the until I began to use Electric uitters.1 ,;;,i;'-if'!ii io,,,,. So wonderful was their effect, that in coming month of June (Sunday three days l leit a like new man, ana jeep tel lor tne purpose or receivingine Telephone Us Early. THE: F. E. HASHAGEN CO., , Sell Dealers Only. . and 1 they are certainly liable under the provisions of the law. The situa tion ion some of the farms is almost deplorable far more grass than cot ton. If all the available labor was at work the situation would soon be re medied. But with the ideal ones and the I vicious population . there is no such word as work, unless the law interferes. We think that shortly steps will be taken to indict some of these people, who are not making an honest , living, but must be selling liquor, stealing or living off the earnings? of' children, and when -the indict ments are made there are sure to be a goodly number of convictions.- All who are liable to this law, and their name in legion, had better take warning and hide themselves to honest work before they are in -the clutches of tbe law. jcharlotte Chronicle May .18: Judge M. J. Connine, of Oscoda, Mich., and Mr. Max Josspon, of Alpena, Mich., who, with other Michigan capitalists and! business men are interested in gold mining in North ; Carolina, . have been spending a few days in the city looking over properties in the vicinity of Charlotte. It will interest the pub lic to learn that they are planning extensive developments. They have taken over the lease of the Dr. Charles L. Alexander land,' south of the city, which was "held by Mr. D. C. Stout, of Davidson' county.. Judge Connine and Mr. Josspon are interested in the Wolverine gold mine, three and a half miles from Rutherfordton, where oper ations are in progress. The company to-day I am cured of all my troubles.'! Guaranteed at R. R.- Bellamy's drug store;, price, 50c. CASTORIA ! For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Ecught "Bears the" Signature of - listg of Taxablesland Polls of said city Parties'' failing' to list will render themselves liable to Indictment, f JOHN W. AFFORD, iTax Lister. apr 29 4t Sat It a' wk 4w CATARRH ipuTLir !' THIS ' REMEDY Is sure to - GIVE ' " Satisfaction. p Ely's Cream Balm Calves Relief at once. , ' It' cleanses, soothes and heals fftflos. I the diseased mem- HAY PktVEIaCfarrS drives away . a Cold in the Head quickly.' It is absorbed.; Heals and Protects the Membrane. - Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. - Full size 50c.,: at Druggists or by- mail; Trial size 10c. by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56iWarrent Street, New York. ' Southport and Carolina Beach ; ' Steamboat Line: . Schedule In Effect Until Further "Notice Leave Wilmington daily except Sat urday and Sunday. 9:15 A. M.. Leave Wilmington," Saturday,4:45 A. M.t and 2 P. M.. Leave Sunday, 9:30 A, M 2:30 P. M., touching at Carolina Beach down and return trips. . j 1 . ; " j J. W. HARPER. apr 29 lm " . "ZZn MEHAK0W0MEH. rcOBESX I ' vm Big e formnntnrsi tl VI . Irritation or uicemtiotu imt: of membranes. - - . Plnlaaa. and not altriu- lTHEEVMtCHEMIOUCO. gent or poonou. t leutrvntTuui -t or aent in plain wrapper, I ' br express, prepaid, toi a-. li .00, or 3 notues wt.io. Circular seat on reaest. 11T l - When in Need of DRUGS J'Phicine 66! We deliver to any part of city. i P.O. HALL, Day an(i Night. Drug Store. Eichter Building, Cor 4th-iand Haxnett St& Our Ice Cream Parlors now open till 10 P. M. i ; . -r: w I E. WARREN . . I I 1 &SON. : I 17 tf .-. .. From WllmltiaTton for Georsretown. Steamer Navahoe Tuesday, May 23 . I Steamer Carib ...... Tuesday, May 80 Both Steamers have srood Dassensrer accommodation. - Throuerh Bills Ladlnjr and Lrfwest i Through Rates guaranteed to and from points in worth ana south Carolina. CL.IDE MILNE. Gen'l Freight Agrt. -THEO. . G. EGER, Gen'l Manager. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen'l Aerts. 12 State strt, New York. apr 23 tf . . To The leach and Wrigtitsville. Suburban Schedule. may tnay 13 tf. ' - Nevi Roy erring ! THE SI WAS A! Just received a lot oi Fresh Supply Fine Evaporated New Roanoke Roe Her ring, Catch ol 1905. First of the season. Wilmington Grocery Co., Phone 11 4. John L Boatwright, Mgr. apr "18. tf ATLANTIC CAFE, -1 Opposite A. C. L. Depot. ELEGANT EOOMS, - Goo4 .Meals, Quick Lunches. The best of WINES and LIQUORS We ! enter i especially to tbe traveU .; Fruits.' . Evaporated Peaches, Apricots, Ap- plest Primes. Exceptionally good yalue in Prunes, at 5c. per pound. Order eaVly. 'Phone 109. ; 1 . S. W. SANDERS. may 5- tf i ' Saturdays aad Sundays, - i In addition 10 the above schedule, cars will be operated every half hour from 1.00 to. 6.00 P. 'M.; leaving1 the Beach - every half - hour from 1.45 to 6.45 P. M. The early morning car leaving Toni and Princess at 6.30 A. M. and the Beach at J.15 A. M. will be operated dajly except Sundays. - . - FREIGHT CAR. Leave 9th and " i . Leave the Orange Sts. - : Beach. 4.00 P. M. - . 6.00 P. M. Freight depot open from ? to 4 P. M. ............ .-:. .s. A. Itm Car. . (Without change.) . v - Leave Front and Leave S .A. L. . Princess Depot. 6.40 A. M. 7.00 A. M. 12.35 P. M. ... 12.45 P. M. 2.35 P. M. " . 8.00 P. M. 8.35 P. M. ' ',8.45 P. M. . may 19 tf Buy Your Hats and .Clothing ;i GtIeschen beos.; 1 OF HAMME, THE HATTER AND CLOTHIER. Gents' Furnishings. Latest' Style ? and Lowest Prices. 'Pbone' 111. men 28'tf Proprietors). TEtEPHONE 162. Mens' Insurance Office. ' Employers' iiability and ' Accident Office S. A. L. Boilding, N, Front St. may 14 tf. - t i Mr. J. Thoa, Cowan, for-t merly of the firm of Bul-luck & Cowan, can now be found at Hardin's Palace Pharmacy, where he will : be pleased to welcome and i ; ....... ;. ... .. serve his friends. - . You might as well " "Bay at : the Moon" as try to corner satisfaction or good results from the indifferent quality of Drugs. : You will find the kind I we sell pure and fresh and our prices right. - - . - " Why not try ours-r-; ADOLPH G. AHRENS, Druggist, 'Phone 644. .'.'107 Princess St. may 17 tf la effect, May 20th, 1905. Ijeave - Leave . ' i i Front and Princess. the Bea.cn. . . -.: ' ; : (Daily). - (Daily) . . . i I- 8.00 A. M. .. - 8.45 A. M. f - 9.00 A M. 9.45 A. M.- . ': k 10.00 A. M. 10.45 A. M.. . J . . 11.00 A. M. 11.45 A. M. ' , 12.00 A, M. 12.45 P. M. 1.00 P. M. 1.45 P. M. ; - 2.00 P. M. 2.45 P. M. V , 3.00 P. M. 3.45 P. M. .... f 4.00 P. M. : - " . 4.45 P. M. ... j.. 5.00 P. M. 5.45 P. M. ! ' . 1 6.00. P. M. . 6.45 P. M. . T ' I 7.00 P. M. .v - 7.45 P. M. . , ; . , 8.00 P. M. 8.45 P..M. , j 9.00 P. M. 9,45 P. M. . ' ). ;" ' ! 10.00 P. M. - ; i 10.45 P. M. - V .. : v i1 J, li 1 I) I V may 11 tf i ' WW II I III 1 1 fcWiif -mm we

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